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File AvailableRobertson, D.; Swart, D. 2009 South Africa: Small things - big difference. The Horn Autumn 2009: 10-11
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
Ecology - Census Methods
African Rhino Species
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File AvailableAlibhai, S.K.; Jewell, Z.C.; Law, P.R. 2008 Identifying white rhino (Ceratotherium simum) by a footprint identification technique, at the individual and species levels. Endangered Species Research 4: 205-218, figs. 1-5, tables 1-4
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Africa
Ecology - Census Methods
White Rhino
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File AvailablePatton, F.; Jones, M. 2008 Errors that occur when using photo-identification to identify individual black rhinos. Pachyderm 44: 35-44, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-9
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Africa - Eastern Africa
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
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File AvailablePatton, F.; Campbell, P.; Parfet, E. 2007 Establishing a monitoring system for black rhinos in the Solio Game Reserve, central Kenya. Pachyderm 43: 87-95, figs. 1-4
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
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File AvailableDunn, J.M.; Hearne, J.W.; MacArthur, L. 2007 A simple individual based model of black rhinoceros in Africa. Proceedings of the International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, MODSIM 07, Christchurch, New Zealand, 10-13 December 2007: 2196-2202, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-5
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Africa
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
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File AvailableEmslie, R.H. 2000 Sandwith's rhino identification training course for field rangers revised by the Africa Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 29: 57
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
A revised training course has been produced by Keryn Adcock and Richard Emslie. In revising the course, they consulted users of the original Sandwith ID training course and experts in adult environmental education and training methods to give feedback and suggest how the original course could be...
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Asia - East Asia - Cambodia
Ecology - Census Methods
Javan Rhino
In suitable terrain, rhino trails and wallows will remain visible many years after extirpation of the species. On steep slopes especially, deep rhino trails can remain visible for 10 years or more (N. van Strien, pers. comm.).
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File AvailablePolet, G.; Tran Van Mui; Nguyen Xuan Dang; Bui Huu Manh; Baltzer, M. 1999 The Javan rhinos, Rhinoceros sondaicus annamiticus, of Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam: current status and management implications. Pachyderm 27: 34-48, figs. 1-2, photos 1-7, tables 1-4
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Asia - East Asia - Vietnam
Ecology - Census Methods
Javan Rhino
For the rhino survey, standard tracking analysis methods were used consisting of three components: a. establishment of the current range by surveying a wide area for any signs of rhinos, b. track analysis by measuring footprints encountered and making plaster casts in order to identify individ...
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File AvailablePlanton, H. 1999 Rhinoceros noir du Nord Ouest de l'Afrique (Diceros bicornis longipes): le compte a rebours continue. Pachyderm 27: 86-100, figs. 1-6, photo 1-8, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
The characteristics of the environment where the rhinos live make direct observations very difficult. It is not strange to be within a few metres of a rhino without being able to see it. Idenfification of traces and footprints help to estimate numbers, the home range, and the principal habitats.
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File AvailableMorgan-Davies, M. 1996 A photographic method for identifying black rhinoceros individuals. Pachyderm 21: 35-37, figs. 1-5
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
A fundamental requirement for the successful monitoring of a rhino population is the positive identification of each individual animal by way of its physiological and morphological characteristies. Such features include age and sex, front and rear horn shapes, body scars and blemishes, the locat...
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